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HTC HD7 gets an FCC tear down

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2011

The HTC HD7 arrived at the FCC in October of last year, but they are just getting around to showing us it’s internal and external photos. It was originally called the HD3 since it will succeed the HTC HD2 , but they decided on the HD7 name to be consistent with Windows Phone 7 branding.

The device’s teardown photos show off its Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, Qualcomm Power Management chip and internal memory, which is a 16GB SanDisk chip. Hit the link below to check out it’s guts in a variety of images.

Acer Media Remote visits the FCC

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2011

The Acer Media Remote is a compact touch device to control media playback. It has all of the usual functions like Play/Pause, Forward/Back, Volume, Mute etc. And it can also be used as a trackpad, to move your mouse cursor. If you use a PC as a Media Center in the living room this is a good thing.

The RMTP-S1Q connects to PC via an RF dongle and has a range of 8 to 10 meters. It also has a rechargeable battery as well, so you don’t have to mess with AA batteries and the controls are still visible when it is off.

Non-Verizon Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Android phone passes through FCC

Posted in Sony Ericsson by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2011

The Xperia Play has been officially announced for Verizon’s network when it arrives in the US this year, but according to some reports, this might not be the case after all. That’s because an Xperia Play recently passed through the FCC, but it doesn’t have any CDMA or 4G LTE radios that would allow the phone to run on Verizon’s network.

The phone packs radios that would allow it to work on UMTS frequencies (900/2100mHz), not what Verizon uses. However there could be a simple explanation. There may be a simultaneous release of the Xperia Play on multiple networks (in which case, the Verizon version of the phone hasn’t been through the FCC yet), or Sony Ericsson has decided to release the phone on a different carrier for some reason.

Flip Video camera with Wi-Fi shows up at the FCC

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2011

An FCC filing has confirmed that Cisco is developing a Wi-Fi version of its Flip Video cameras. The M3260 has been tested using 802.11n Wi-Fi along with the HDMI and USB connectors. The purpose of the wireless is probably to share video on a local network and maybe even upload video directly to YouTube or Facebook.

We don’t know what the camera will be like outside of the Wi-Fi, or when it will ship. It should be $200 or under to fit into the marketplace.

T-Mobile bound Nokia 1616 hits the FCC

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2010

The FCC was recently introduced to the Nokia 1616 and they got along great. They had polite conversation, tea, a nice dinner, back home at the FCC for coffee, then woke up next to each other smiling the next morning. And so the handset was deemed worthy of arriving Stateside via T-Mobile.

If everything goes as planned, it will probably be part of T-Mobile’s prepaid phone lineup. We have no idea what T-Mobile would price this feature phone at, but we are confident in guessing about $15 or $20. Somewhere around there.

Creative Zen Touch 2 hits the FCC

Posted in Creative by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2010

Creative has filed for FCC approval for the Zen Touch 2 media player. They needed the certification due to the 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 wireless capabilities of the Android-based device. Other specs include a resistive touchscreen and Android 2.1. The filing confirms that there will be two versions of the player, one with GPS and one without.

Creative hasn’t unveiled any pricing for the US market for the Touch 2 yet, but in the UK, the 8GB version retails for £150 ($231), while the 16GB version retails for £160 ($246).

Dell’s Looking Glass tablet stops by the FCC

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2010

We’ve been waiting for Dell’s Looking Glass tablet to arrive and now the device has finally had a sit down with the FCC, which has approved its integrated 3G chip for the UMTS bands II, IV and V, hinting at compatibility for AT&T and T-Mobile.

It also got approval for Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Wi-Fi b/g/n. The device features an SD card slot along with a SIM card slot. We don’t yet know if the device will support voice calling, though. CES is just around the corner, so we are sure to hear more details from Dell very soon.

JBL On Air Wireless dock hits the FCC

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2010

The FCC has recently looked at the On Air Wireless dock from JBL. This device is the company’s first AirPlay-capable speaker dock. On Air Wireless will allow users to play from a docked iPhone or iPod, and also push audio over a Wi-Fi connection. It will also be compatible with your iPad or computer. All while looking like a toy steering wheel.

The device features a generous LCD display located on the dock that displays the current time, track info or FM radio station. We don’t know when this dock will arrive, but we will likely be seeing it at CES next month.

Hannspree HSG1164 10.1-inch Froyo tablet visits the FCC

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2010

Another day, another tablet. It was a few months ago that Hannspree teased us with an unnamed 10.1-inch multitouch Froyo tablet, and now the device has hit the FCC and has a name. The 1.6-pound HSG1164 will offer a 1GHz Tegra 2 chip, 16GB of internal storage, and 512MB of NAND Flash.

Other specs include a microSD slot, Android 2.2, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, mini USB / HDMI connector, a built in light sensor, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and a Li-ion battery of unknown size. There’s no ship date mentioned, but we’re guessing it will have an early 2011 release.

White iPad Keyboard Case hits the FCC

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2010

If you own an iPad, you probably want a portable keyboard for the tablet and here’s another iPad keyboard case that recently visited with the FCC. It comes from Dongguan Siliten Electronics. The keyboard will connect with the iPad via Bluetooth and features a white exterior.

The case also has the usual integrated stand so you can watch movies easily and use it while typing. Sadly there’s no info on pricing or availability yet.

Asus E600 WP7 Device stops by the FCC

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

Back in August an unnamed Asus smartphone powered by Windows Phone 7 was sighted and now the phone has surfaced again and we have a name. It’s called the Asus E600. It recently visited with the FCC and we know that the device features a WVGA touchscreen which is about 4-inches.

Other features include 850/1900MHz 3G bands, so it may be for AT&T in the US, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, 5.2-megapixel camera with LED flash, microSD card support and a 1,300mAh battery.

Samsung SCH-R700 pictures revealed by FCC

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

The SCH-R700 has been visiting the FCC for a while now, but now thanks to the end of a short-term confidentiality request, the FCC has finally published pictures of what the device will look like. And we have some bad news for you sunshine. It isn’t very sexy.

While we don’t have specific details, it will most likely arrive on Verizon or US Cellular and will feature GPS, along with microUSB support, a 3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and a music player.

BlackBerry 8980 revealed by FCC

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

The folks over at the FCC have let some pictures and details slip about the upcoming BlackBerry 8980, a device that seems to be a successor to the Curve 8900. The phone pictured above will boast a quad-band GSM antenna, Wi-Fi b/g/n, and a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash.

And according to the user manual, it will be powered by BlackBerry OS 5. The device looks very similar to the BlackBerry 9700, which is a popular BB version, so that’s probably good news.

Creative ZiiO 7 Android Tablet hits the FCC

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2010

The Creative ZiiO 7 Android-powered tablet has taken another step toward entering your hands here in the US since it has now had lunch with the FCC. The device is expected to be priced at GBP199.99 ($315) in the UK, but so far we have no info about how much it will cost stateside.

The ZiiO 7 features specs like a ZiiLabs HD processor, Support for HD video playback, a 7-inch 480 x 800 pixel display, 8GB to 16GB of storage, Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth, microSD card expansion and an HDMI output.

Yonsei WebTube HD Box stops by the FCC

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2010

The WebTube HD box from Yonsei might be a good budget version of a Roku box, but you can expect limited abilities. The WebTube HD has just visited the FCC where it was poked and prodded. The device can be connected to the Internet and gives users an interface for viewing YouTube videos, browsing the web and more.

The WebTube HD platform also has its own TV App Market, so you can download apps for added functionality. Do you still want it, even with it’s lack of Hulu or Netflix support? Probably not.